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The 127 Yard Sale Means a lot of Additional Income Coming into the Area

WJRS News spoke Tuesday to a couple of business managers concerning what the additional traffic flow will mean to the stores they run. Pam Brown, General Manager of Minit Mart in Jamestown told us that it was amazing the effects it has on her store. http://lakercountry.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Pam-MM-8-2-17-.mp3 News Director Mike Scales ...

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Four People were Injured in an Accident over the Weekend in Adair County

Trooper Zach Scott is investigating a collision that occurred Saturday, just after 4 p.m., 6 miles east of Columbia on KY 80. 57-year-old Stephen Bridgeman, of Albany, was operating an eastbound 2011 International truck carrying asphalt sealant, when it dropped off the right shoulder of the roadway and overturned which resulted ...

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Yesterday was Martin Wesley’s Last Day as Fire Chief for the City of Jamestown

WJRS News spoke to Wesley Monday afternoon about his time with the department. http://lakercountry.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Wesley-9-1-17-1.mp3 Wesley tells us his future plans now that he is no longer Chief. http://lakercountry.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Wesley-9-1-17-2.mp3 Wesley also had praise for Jamestown’s new Fire Chief and tells us that he shared the advice he was given when he ...

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Less Campaigning, More Mutton at this Year’s Fancy Farm Picnic

The annual political event is this Saturday in Graves County in western Kentucky. Organizer Mark Wilson says they’re serving more barbecue pork and mutton this year: 20,000 pounds. http://lakercountry.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/FancyFarm-8-1-17.mp3 Jamestown’s own Speaker of the House Jeff Hoover is set to take part in this years event.

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